Here is a nice creamer and sugar set from MacBeth-Evans Glass Company. These are in the Dogwood pattern, also sometimes referred o as Apple Blossom or Wild Rose. The color is pink. They were manufactured from 1929 to 1932. They are mentioned on page 64 of "Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, 17th Edition." This creamer is referred to as, "Creamer, 3 1/4", thick, footed." The Sugar is referred to as "Sugar, thick, footed."
The sugar stands just over 3 1/4" tall, 5" across the handles, and is jus under 2 3/8" across the footed base. There are no chips, crack, flakes, or other damage that I can detect.
The creamer stands just under 3 1/4" tall, is 4 1/8" across the tip of the spout to the back of the handle, and is 2 3/16" across the footed base. There is some roughness along the inside of the spout on one side. No other damage I can detect.
Despite the imperfection of the creamer, I hated to break these pieces up, so I am selling the set for the price of the sugar alone.
A very pretty pattern for you table and entertaining! Nice additions to your collection!
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